Wandering the vast depths of space, vt100 searches and discovers. Traveling between the realm of consciousness, the realm of the origin, and that of the fifth dimensions, their ship is fueled only by the pulse of the universe and their insatiable curiosity. At the ninth sequence, the ceaseless pulse informs the song of the mobius, beckoning vt100 and their search to arrive upon Thesia. Thesia, the fourth moon off of Pyrrhic. And Pyrrhic, famous to the outerworlds as the first failed attempt; when love died.
And who were they? An electrically driven, well designed bio-machine, born from the collision of the eighth universe with the last great hope . A derivative of the fifth great consciousness, vt100 were gifted with the violet perspective. And, interestingly enough, they communicate with the others via a special organ. Embedded in the center of their mind is the vestibule, indigo, v-shaped, and bent. Between the lines, between two images, their perspective exists and they observe.
vt100 is a robot orchestra, programmed and performed by Carl Van Something. Synthetic and sequenced, lucidly improvised, they perform cerebral electronic music, exclusively live. Throughout their career they’ve explored the avant garde, experimenting and composing without the limitations of genre, all the while collaborating on film and musical projects. In winter 2019, vt100 plans to release their third full length lp, Burden of Irrational Optimism, a musically minimal perspective, with an ‘idm’ twist.